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Moore Zombies: The Search for Gargoy Kindle Edition
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So this is creepy but still a story told for kids. In fact this zombie family acts a lot like a regular human family. Dad is in the garden while mom sweeps the house. The kids do homework and help each other out. So the story tries to keep zombies pleasant and normal in a way. Hey they love to drink tomato juice instead of eating brains or blood. Nice illustrations in color also. Very detailed and a unique and different ebook. Really creative story too.
Basically we visit the Moore family who are all zombies, this book kind of reminded me of the Addams Family, where the characters get up to pretty much regular normal person things, just that they are in an environment that embraces bugs, spiders, reptiles and other so labelled gross stuff. The authors have added their own spin to zombie culture with the fact that zombies love tomato juice, their mothers are known as Mombie, they don't care about labels such as nerd and things like this. The basic plot of this one revolves around the three older Moore siblings coming to each other to help solve the mystery of their baby sister's missing Gargoy. You'll have to get to the end to find out what Gargoy is but whoever took it has left a few clues.
The illustrations are excellent and very detailed, with a little bit of a bluish, greenish, purplish, hue to most of them. The story doesn't flow quite as smoothly as I would like it to, but it's not something that a child would notice. (I still haven't quite figured out where the idea of a hippopotamus came from.)
But overall, this is a fun book for children, if you don't mind them hearing about zombies.